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Simcoe Stakes    
3 year old filly  1.609m auto 
  Purse: 00 000$ 

5 -- Trot, purse $128,584 (EX, P3, SF, TR)
STARTING FEE $2,000 CDN  $1,850 U.S.
Post time: 08:46 P.M.         Lasix: 04:31 P.M.
N:r Plac. Häst              Härstamning                        Kusk                Tränare                 Tid Dist. Odds     Pris
 2   1    Elusive Desire    Angus Hall - Valley Amber          Paul MacDonell      Michael Keeling      1:54.4 1609    20   64 292   
 6   2    Yursa Hanover     Windsong's Legacy - Yankee Topaz   Mario Baillargeon   Benoit Baillargeon   1:55.0 1609    39   32 146   
 8   3    Keep The Spirit   Revenue - Great Expectations       Randall Waples      Shane Weber          1:55.1 1609   317   15 430   
 1   4    Margarita Mary    Andover Hall - Pacific Photo       Rick Zeron          Rick Zeron           1:55.2 1609   102   10 287   
10   5    Raising Rachel    Yankee Glide - Raising The Bar     Jack Moiseyev       John Kopas           1:55.2 1609    38    6 429   
 3   0    Friendly Amigo    Amigo Hall - Diminutive            Bruce Richardson    Blair Burgess        1:55.3 1609   324       
 9   0    Kandor Hanover    Tagliabue - Katelyns Glory         Trevor Ritchie      John Burns           1:55.3 1609  1119       
 7   0    Mets Inn          Mutineer - Mets Rival              Luc Ouellette       John Bax             1:56.0 1609   641       
 5   0    Tuscan Gal        Andover Hall - Duxelle Hanover     Sylvain Filion      Mark Steacy          1:56.2 1609   616       
 4   0    Mystic River      Kadabra - Celebrity Belle          Steve Condren       Kevin Oreilly        1:56.3 1609   858   

8 -- Trot, purse $130,584 (EX, P3, SF, TR)
STARTING FEE $2,000 CDN  $1,850 U.S.
Post time: 09:43 P.M.         Lasix: 05:28 P.M.
N:r Plac. Häst                 Härstamning                         Kusk             Tränare               Tid Dist. Odds     Pris
11   1    Windsong Soprano     Windsong's Legacy - Muscling In     Steve Condren    Robert McIntosh    1:55.2 1609    17   65 292   
10   2    Magic Sassy          Kadabra - Sassy Winner K.           Rick Zeron       Jim Arledge        1:57.1 1609   788   32 646   
 3   3    Serenas Genie        Angus Hall - Trophy Bass            Paul MacDonell   Per Henriksen      1:57.2 1609   495   15 670   
 1   4    Ill Wait For You     Kadabra - Blue Cookie               Trevor Ritchie   Daniel Creighton   1:57.3 1609    54   10 447   
 2   5    Ldees Creditreport   Credit Winner - Likeable Les        Tony Kerwood     Rishaug Iversen    1:57.3 1609   909    6 529   
 7   0    Dont Wear Pj's       Kadabra - Pj's Nestle               Randall Waples   Harald Lunde       1:57.3 1609   620       
 5   0    Stonebridge Marita   Angus Hall - Priceless Image        Jody Jamieson    Mark Steacy        1:58.0 1609   274       
 8   0    Striking Fashion     Striking Sahbra - Fashionable Liv   Roger Mayotte    Rene Laarman       1:59.1 1609  1112       
 9   0    Selfish Princess     Self Possessed - Gold Medalist      Sylvain Filion   Chad Milner        2:00.3 1609    37       
 4   d    Zorgwijk Java        Armbro Ricochet - Zorgwijk          Mark MacDonald   Ronnie Maclean         dg 1609   133       
 6  str   Jersey Ås            Muscles Yankee - Superlou Ås                   
Övriga lopp Mohawk 2009-09-10
Favourites Deliver In Simcoe Stakes

Grand Circuit action continued at Mohawk Racetrack on Thursday evening as the Campbellville oval rolled out the red carpet for three-year-old trotting fillies in a pair of Simcoe Stakes divisions.

Canada’s Two-Year-Old Trotting Filly of the Year in 2008, Elusive Desire, dug down deep to score a 1:54.4 decision in her $128,584 assignment for the tandem of driver Paul MacDonell and trainer Mike Keeling.

The daughter of Angus Hall-Valley Amber tucked into an early three-hole while Yursa Hanover sprinted the field to the quarter pole in :26.4. MacDonell rolled Elusive Desire to the outside on the way to the half, with Yursa Hanover still in charge in :55.4. She also hung up the three-quarter clocking of 1:25.1 while Elusive Desire clearly laboured around the final turn. It looked as though Yursa Hanover was going to finish off the gate-to-wire attempt, but Elusive Desire summoned up all of her toughness to find a second wind en route to posting the 1:54.4 decision. It was just over a length back to runner-up Yursa Hanover. Keep The Spirit was third.

“She came up with a stone bruise and she’s got a sore foot,” claimed trainer Mike Keeling. “I didn’t know how she’d be and she just showed me that she has the heart of a good one. I was going to get the hot water ready to bath her and then I checked down the stretch and I thought ‘wow, she’s really gutting this one out’. She has one more Gold Series at Kawartha Downs and then the Breeders Crown after that. Soundness wise she’ll tell me, and the Breeders Crown is what I really want to go after and the Super Final after that. She only needs to improve a little bit and she’ll be back to herself again.”

P C Wellwood Enterprises Inc., Charles Armstrong and Robert Fasken share ownership on the talented filly, who won for the eighth time in 13 starts this season. The lion’s share of the purse boosted her career earnings to $894,006.

Fresh off her win in the $$327,985 Hudson Filly Trot at Yonkers Raceway, Windsong Soprano doled out a Thursday evening whooping on the fillies she faced in her $130,584 division.

The daughter of Windsongs Legacy-Muscling In tracked cover from second over in the back half of the mile before vaulting off cover at the head of the lane and powering away to a 1:55.1 decision for driver Steve Condren. The Bob McIntosh pupil drew off to win by nine lengths over Magic Sassy. Serenas Genie rounded out the top three.

“We basically only raced for a quarter of a mile, so it was kind of decent” said driver Steve Condren. “She felt very good; we really walked the third quarter and she was muscling up good and I’m just glad we got a very easy race into her because she’s had a tough campaign the last few weeks. She was very handy, they walked up to the three-quarter pole and it turned in to a final quarter sprint and she can sprint with the best of them.”

Lothlorien, the nom-de-racecourse of Susan Grange of Cheltenham, ON, owns the 10-time winner who has picked up seven of those wins this season. Her lifetime bankroll swelled to $811,551 with the triumph.

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